« Rebel Voices » is a project about conscious hip-hop in Latin America and in Senegal. Rappers are the protagonists. In their diversity, they represent something global right from their own neighbourhood.
“Lesbian Mothers” looks at female homosexuality through the daily lives of ten different families. The project, carried out in three different countries – Spain, Holland and the United States -
The argentinian economical crisis and the social organization between 2001 and 2003.
40 years after the death of Che Guevara in Bolivia, La Higuera, the village where he was captured and killed, seems never to have been crossed by the time.
The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) is a revolutionary leftist group based in Chiapas, the southernmost state of Mexico.
Since 1994, the group has been in a declared war “against the Mexican state,” though this war has been primarily nonviolent and defensive against military, paramilitary, and corporate incursions into Chiapas.
The neighborhood of La Vega in the hills of Caracas, is one of the most representative of popular self-management and organization. Although poverty is far from over in the short term, in the district are organized taking into account the importance of education, health and the common definition of the territory.
Between 2001 and 2003, Oriana Eliçabe has kept track of the anti-globalisation actions that took place during the international summits of Genoa, New York, Barcelona, Cancun, etc. The author shows, from within the demonstrators side, some of the moments of the protest.
FaSinPat, formerly known as Zanon, is a worker-controlled ceramic tile factory in the southern Argentine province of Neuquén, and one of the most prominent in the recovered factory movement of Argentina. The name is short for Fábrica Sin Patrones, which means “Factory Without Bosses” in Spanish.
The Ronda Litoral is a fast track in parallel across the sea, in the city of Barcelona. In some ways acts as a barrier that prevents direct access to the beach. Some people cross and some others do not, and in some cases other advantage camouflage of trees and grass for a holiday in the “Litoral”.
Oriana Eliçabe |
Buenos Aires, 1972. Desde 1999 vive y trabaja como fotógrafa independiente en Barcelona. Su trayectoria deja clara su vocación documentalista, especialmente interesada en los poderes establecidos y las alteraciones sociales causadas a partir de la organización social y de resistencia global en varios países de América, África y Europa.